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24 July 2003
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The Seoul Blog - Strange Conglomerations (2)

Here is the second installment of Strange Conglomerations (Korean buildings with an odd assortment of businesses).

At this building somewhere in Suwon, you can shop for electronics, go to the hospital, study Chinese at a private school, study martial arts (sword fighting), or sing a song at the no rae bang, the ever popular Korean karaoke singing rooms (I'll do a post about these sooner or later). How convenient!

Wow, look the assortment of businesses in this modern building. You can get some ice cream at Baskin Robins (this American Franchise is more popular here, found on virtually every popular street) eat at the Korean fast food chain, Lotteria, buy a phone, go to a book store, stop at the securities bank, visit the hospital, buy bread at the bakery, study playing the piano, buy stationary supplies, attend a private English school, and on and on. Conglomerations like these, albeit strange, are necessary to help save ever dwindling land space.


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